Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 4,405 articles

Th* Press. NAPLES AND IRELAND. THE RATIOS.) The Uriah emorg nations has received, at least, one slap in the face;

Th* Press. NAPLES AND IRELAND. THE RATIOS.) The Uriah emorg nations has received, at least, one slap in the face;

the intriguer and intermeddler abroad, bully and braggart at home, has been told to set h«r own house in order.— King Ferdinand of Naples has done at least one good thing in bit life; he has struck a blow at Palmerston's hypocrisy that has caused all the nations of Europe to cry
30 August 1856 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BOLTON POISONING CASE.

THE BOLTON POISONING CASE.

Liverpool. Fbidai.— Betty M‘Mullen, 38, was indicted tor the wiKal murder, br poisoning, of her husband, Daniel M'Malleo, at Botton. The prisoner was attired in the garb of a widow, and taking her in the dock appeared quite and collected. She pleaded not guilty. Mr Overpad and M
30 August 1856 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUNDALK DEMOCRAT AND PEOPLES JOURNA trI—AUGUST 30, 1856

THE DUNDALK DEMOCRAT AND PEOPLES JOURNA trI—AUGUST 30, 1856

THE DUNDALK DEMOCRAT AND PEOPLES JOURNA I —AUGUST 30, 1856 caused executed by tha first artists of Rome for the church which be has built at Seaegiglia. hit native place. Pina IX hat alee founded college i.t bis native town for public instruction of the highest claas, and tor gra
30 August 1856 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
CO.MMKHCUU

CO.MMKHCUU

Cotton somewhat irregular. Wheat sold freely at a decline of 8 cents per nusbel ; flour, 13 cents per barrel ; corn, lower. Pork, quiet. Freights at fair request. ANGLO-FRENCH ALLIANCE—LOUIS NAPOLEON’S HESITATING FOREIGN POHCV. {from the Morning Putt'i Parii Cirrtspondent.) Alth
30 August 1856 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
nleraenf ihcvhidpwH him, »(»d b*g*td the u from the bottom his heart load cheers) Mr White rose, and propo«ef! the

nleraenf ihcvhidpwH him, »(»d b*g*td the u from the bottom his heart load cheers) Mr White rose, and propo«ef! the

health the chairman loud and r«mtinud ciaerin. .) The Ch rose amid load cheering, and retivne I thinks T <’hai man again rose and proposed the mein my a groat man Daniel O'l onnoll a man whose should revered by every man, woman and child the world : for his opinion was the great
30 August 1856 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUNDALK DEMOCBAT AND PEOPLE’S JOURNAL—AUGUST 30, 18ft6. BERNINI.

THE DUNDALK DEMOCBAT AND PEOPLE’S JOURNAL—AUGUST 30, 18ft6. BERNINI.

Nothin; ! and what more would yon have roung girl, when this it all, indeed, and (be rest a little less than nothing. Smile on now in quiet happiness, for with that blessed assurance you may look with hope upon the future ; there may ills, and griefs, and heart-aches, but still
30 August 1856 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
TBK BlflßT CONSTABLES.

TBK BlflßT CONSTABLES.

BlflßT CONSTABLES. Mr Russell said Mr Byrne, their solicitor, bid written kirn letter, relative a report in one of local papers, inrrfersnoe to what hr (Mr Russel',) bad said at their last meeting of Mr Ujroe, on the subject of the application for tbo night constables— What be (M
30 August 1856 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
World.

World.

All Fmigranta pro>Me tb'^«2 ,f^T • , tbeaa Pilla, at. by ibeir mild yet afficaeioo. p*' - tiee, they prre.nt aperdily remora the »a«V u,, ditreaea produced by a aea >oy«iea and ch.mge Oi diet. will alto found ufimmenae value afier irrival it.e Culoiiiee, aince it appear* from pu
30 August 1856 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
GYPSIES’ CAMP.

GYPSIES’ CAMP.

Prices— Boxes, 25. ; Pit, Is.; Lower Gallery, 6d.; Upper Gallery, 3d. IAUB I A T lIE M , GRAFTOX STREET. Prvildent ISAAC BUTT, Esq., y.C., M.P The Council of the Dublin Athcmeum have pleasure in stating that Isaac* Butt, Esq., Q.C., M.P., their respected President, has in the ki
30 August 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

30 August 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland